Manuscripts 76 to 98

Kenneth Willis Clark Collection of Greek Manuscripts: Summary Descriptive List, Nos. 76-98

GREEK MS. 76 - Liturgical Miscellany.

Paper; ca. A. D. 1510. 190 ff,; 1 col. (158 x 91 mm.), 15 lines. 190 x 142 mm.

GREEK MS. 77 - John Chrysostom, Eclogues.

Paper; ca. A. D. 1500. 39 ff.; 1 col. (190 x 147 mm.), 25-31 lines. 243 x 191 mm.

GREEK MS. 78 - Liturgical Miscellany.

Paper; ca. A. D. 1405. 165 ff.; 1 col. (207 x 155 mm), 30 lines. 290 x 213 mm. Miscellaneous collection of liturgical document, hymns and excerpts from decrees of the Councils have also been included.

GREEK MS. 79 - Theological Miscellany, including selections from the works of SS. John of Damascus and Gregory Thaumaturgus.

Paper; ca. A. D. 1400. 313 ff.; 1 col. (137 x 92 mm.), 22-23 lines. 190 x 135 mm.

GREEK MS. 80 - Menaion for March.

Paper; ca. A. D. 1500. 8 ff.; 1 col. (210 x 120 mm.), 25 lines. 290 x 195 mm.

GREEK MS. 81 - St. John Chrysostom, Selections.

Fragmentary sermons. Paper; ca. A. D. 1500. 6 ff.; 1 col. 276 x 172 mm.

GREEK MS. 82 - Evangelistarion.

Parchment; ca. A. D. 1200. 95 ff.; 2 cols. (260 x 171 x 70 mm.), 23-28 lines. 345 x 238 mm. Gregory-Aland l 1623.

GREEK MS. 83 - Evangelistarion.

Paper; ca. A. D. 1450. 199 ff.; 2 cols. (205 x 127 x 54 mm.), 28 lines. 307 x 212 mm. Gregory-Aland l 302.

GREEK MS. 84 - Tetraevangelion.

Parchment; ca. A. D. 1150-74. 176 ff.; 1 col., 24-25 lines. 210 x 166 mm.

GREEK MS. 85 - Evangelistarion.

Parchment; A. D. 1052. 242 ff.;2 cols. (225 x 160 x 68 mm.), 22-23 lines. 303 x 224 mm. Written by Clement the monk who signed and dated the colophon on f. 242v (in Greek): "Written in the month of July 20, indiction 5, year 6560 [i.e., A. D. 1052]; presented by Clement the worthless monk to the monastery of the most holy Mother of God of the Cave." Gregory-Aland l 451.

GREEK MS. 86 - Menaion for September.

Parchment; ca. A. D. 1100. 51 ff., 1 col. (166 x 120 mm.), 26 lines. 247 x 183 mm.

GREEK MS. 87 - Sticherarion.

Paper; before A. D. 1750. 356 ff.; 1 col. (187 x 122 mm.), 34 lines (17 of text and 17 of music). 233 x 176 mm.

GREEK MS. 88 - Menaion.

Parchment; ca. 1200. 244 ff.; 2 cols. 290 x 320 mm.

GREEK MS. 89 - Evangelistarion.

Parchment; XII. 1 f., 2 cols. (207 x 132; 1 col.: 207 x 60 mm.), 23 lines. 219 x 142 mm. The fore edge and tail have been trimmed with the loss of a portion of the letters at the end of the line along the vertical margins. The text begins in the middle of the readings for the fifth Sunday in Matthew (8:31) and continues through the sixth and ends in the middle of the reading for the seventh Sunday at Matthew 9:3.

GREEK MS. 90 - Euchologion.

Parchment and paper; XV - XVI. 88 ff. (ff. 1-3 of paper), 1 col. (155 x 99 mm.), 22 lines (Within the main portion of the text the line numbers are consistent; however, they vary within the portions on paper.). 203 x 149 mm. Although incomplete, this volume contains portions of the Liturgies of Basil, Chrysostom, and the Presanctified in addition to supplementary prayers and scriptural texts. Stamped on the inside of both covers in gold within an ornamental shield is "Torre del Palasciano."

GREEK MS. 91- Abraham Eremita, Vita.

Paper; XVI. 32 pp. 200 x 290 mm.

GREEK MS. 92 - Evangelistarion.

Parchment; XII/XIII. 276 ff., 2 cols. (194 x 160 mm.; 1 col.:194 x 68 mm.), 20 lines. 278 x 218 mm.

GREEK MS. 93 - [Unidentified Fragment]

Parchment. 1 f.

GREEK MS. 94 - Paracletike and Triodion.

Paper; XV. 266 ff.; 1 col., 28 lines. 184 x 135 mm. The Binding consists of heavily decorated repoussé silver over leather with a fore edge flap attached to the lower cover and fastened with two slim chains to the upper cover. When closed, the flap coveres the entire fore edge and creates the appearance of a silver box. The center of the upper cover is filled by a large panel (145 x 84 mm of the Crucifixion. The corresponding portion on the back cover with the Coronation of the Virgin Mary, enthroned, holding the infant Jesus, crowned by two angels. On the fore edge flap are four compartments with the symbols of the Evangelists. The spine is made of eight closely linked vertical rows of small, seashell-shaped metal components.

GREEK MS. 95 - Liturgies of SS. John Chrysostom and Basil.

Paper; 1626. 75 ff., 1 col. (128 x 80 mm.), 15 lines. 201 x 145 mm.

GREEK MS. 96 - Liturgies of St. John Chrysostom, the Presanctified, and Offices for Ordination.

Paper; 7141, (i.e. A.D. 1633, by the scribe Isaiah). 95 ff., 1 col. (118 x 77 mm.), 17 lines, 191 x 145 mm. The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, lacking several leaves at the beginning, is preceded by extracts of advice to young priests and followed by the Liturgy of the Pre-Sanctified and the rites for ordaining subdeacons, deacons, priests and bishops.

GREEK MS. 97 - Liturgies of SS. Basil, Chrysostom, and Gregory (the Pre-Sanctified).

Paper; 1580-1660. 84ff.; 15 lines. 200 x 143 mm.

GREEK MS. 98 - St. Gregory of Nazianzenus, Homilies.